Throughout the semester, students and faculty put on plays and performance recitals for degree requirements. These recitals are open to all students, and you can enjoy a quality dramatic production in a variety of genres.
If you are interested in drama, whether you’re majoring in it or not, student-directed plays offer you a chance to audition and be a part of a production as a cast or crew member.
The Classic Players put on 2 plays every year as part of the Concert, Opera & Drama Series. Most of the plays are Shakespearean works and include faculty, staff and students as cast and crew members.
What’s a euphonium? Or chamber music? And why are there so many choirs? People around here love to make music, and you get to reap the benefits. From individual student recitals in voice and instruments, to woodwind or string concerts, to orchestra and band performances, to any of the 8 choirs’ concerts, you’ll have a variety of vocal and instrumental performances to choose from.
The Opera Association at Bob Jones University performs an opera every spring semester. The cast and crew comprise faculty, staff and students, and guest artists to perform the lead roles. Works performed include Tosca, The Barber of Seville, Samson et Dalila, Rigoletto and Aida.
Each year the University’s Concert, Opera & Drama Series features guest artists in concert. In the past, Chanticleer, The King’s Singers, the Canadian Brass, Samuel Ramey, Jubilant Sykes, Christopher Parkening and Frederica von Stade have all performed.
Maybe an art gallery isn’t where you’d normally go if you had some free time, but once you see the Museum & Gallery at BJU, you’ll change your mind. The collection features over 400 paintings in over 25 rooms, in addition to a collection of Hebrew, Roman and Egyptian artifacts.